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"Flag with Heart" serigraph by Peter Max "Flag with Heart" serigraph by Peter Max

"Flag with Heart"

Peter Max

Title:
"Flag with Heart"

Medium:
Serigraph on Paper

Unframed Size:
32" x 40"

Framed Size:
48" x 60"

Edition Size:
385

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2010

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Publisher

 
Retail Price:
$15,000.00 - Framed

Asking Price:
$4,895.00 - Framed

Framed with Plexiglas:
Black Lacquer molding, black linen mat with hand painted filet

Hand signed:
Lower Right




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"Flag with Heart"

Peter Max

Title:
"Flag with Heart"

Medium:
Serigraph on Paper

Unframed Size:
32" x 40"

Framed Size:
48" x 60"

Edition Size:
385

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2010

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Publisher

 
Retail Price:
$15,000.00 - Framed

Asking Price:
$4,895.00 - Framed

Framed with Plexiglas:
Black Lacquer molding, black linen mat with hand painted filet

Hand signed:
Lower Right




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Peter Max is first and foremost an American Patriot. He was born in Germany, grew up in the far East but immigrated to the US at age 16. He has always been grateful to this Country for the opportunities it afforded him and therefore he became an American Citizen. As a result of his gratitude and his admiration for the office of the President, he painted works for 6 US Presidents and their libraries…without concern for their political affiliations. This Flag with Heart was a work he created for the Reagan Library and with only an idea of the design and no visual to show collectors…the edition sold out within a few days. This is a remarkable example of Peter Max’s dedication to this Country and a must have for the serious Peter Max collector.

With paintings on exhibition in hundreds of museums and galleries worldwide, Peter Max and his vibrant colors have become part of the fabric of contemporary culture. Max has been successively called a Pop Icon, Neo Fauvist, Abstract Expressionist and the United State's "Painter Laureate."

Max has a long-standing career as the preeminent Pop artist in America. Max’s art has appeared in one man museum exhibitions around the world including the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Staatliche Kunsthalle Museum in Berlin and most recently the El Paso Museum of Fine Art, Tennessee State Museum, and De Young Museum in San Francisco, Peter Max is America’s most well known and most collected artist.

Max has achieved his place in history having painted for various Heads of State. Often incorporating iconic symbols of America into his work, Max has painted for six U.S. presidents, created the official artwork and poster for the Clinton Inauguration, his "Flag With Heart" impressionistic paintings of the American flag are in permanent installations in the Carter, Reagan and Bush presidential libraries in addition to his statue of Liberty paintings, which have become an annual painting tradition since America's Bicentennial, in 1976 and led to Max playing a lead role in the renovation of the Statue of Liberty. From art that appeared on the first U.S. 10-cent stamp bearing the title “Preserve the Environment,” to 235 U.S. Border murals greeting millions of people entering America each year, Peter Max seeks to capture themes of America at its finest in his art.

Max's concerns for peace, the environment, human rights and animal rights, are as strong today as they have been throughout the years, often becoming the themes for his paintings. Max rescued a cow that jumped over a 6-foot fence to escape slaughter in Cincinnati. He has adopted the cow that he calls Cindy Woo, and has arranged for her to live happily ever after at the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY.

Max's remarkable legacy is the subject of a spectacular book, THE ART OF PETER MAX (Abrams, October 2002), the first book to take an in-depth look at his influence on culture in America and around the world. For more information visit www.petermax.com